SRC 2011 Conference Florida
Expecting hundreds of early childhood care providers, elementary, k-12 schools, high school and colleges & university administrators, professors, campus police chiefs, first responders, safety professionals, and community leaders will convene at the School Response Conference 2011, which will be held on March , 2011.
This conference will address topics of high concern as wide as ranging school violence – school shootings, bullying, dating violence, vandalism, gang activity, alcohol and drugs, bomb threats, child abuse, vandalism, school massacres, catastrophic events such as pandemic outbreaks, tornadoes, terrorist attacks, and technological intrusions. Associations, academic institutions, EMS providers, and law enforcers will showcase the country’s state-wide initiatives on school defence and security for the development of the best practices for the school community.
The conference is organized around 4 themes: prepare, response, protect, & recover.
Speakers will help attendees develop effective action plans that are unique to their own communities and engage the widest range of local stakeholders to make our high schools and college campuses safe and secure. Real-world simulations of community response to school shootings, related tragedies, and global outbreaks will also be featured in this conference. The tabletop exercises will encourage audience participation and explore effective methods of partnerships, coordination and collaboration at the local level and relate them to a national context.
Stamp out school violence in all its forms. Attend this conference and learn the critical elements for building effective a protection, prevention and response school safety and student security programs. Secure your slot and join other institutions like yours to respond to these threats on human, physical, and cyber assets for emergencies that range from natural disasters to acts of violence.
These addresses will be followed by presentations of experts on school violence covering key community perspectives: students, teachers, parents, local business, faith-based groups, the media, and other community resources and stakeholders.
- Stakeholders & Business officers with responsibility for school defence, safety, and security
- Human Resource
- Facilities officers
- Health & Safety Education Consultants
- General Counsel
- Risk managers
- Parents & Community Leaders
- Student affairs professionals
- First Responders
- Campus Safety Personnel
- Psychological & Mental Health Professionals
- Identify campus security and youth violence trends and issues
- Identify contributors to school and youth violence in the community
- Identify early warning signs and opportunities for improvement of campus safety and security
- Identify effective best practices from other campuses - colleges and universities
- Distinguish roles and responsibilities necessary for an effective campus safety and security program
- Assessing each campus security needs thru evaluation and collection of data
- Recognize key success factors for a campus safety and security program
- Bringing local perspectives into a national context on campuses.
- Updated Canada’s Law on Campus Security and Other Initiatives relating to Security of the students.